Daku Resort is on Fiji’s northern island of Vanua Levu, just outside the small town of Savusavu.
Fiji has about 300 islands. The two big ones are Viti Levu where you’ll arrive when you fly into Nadi airport, and Vanua Levu – that’s us. But whilst Viti Levu has most of the population and gets most of the tourism, we’re still a sleepy backwater with a small population and a fraction of the tourist numbers.
You get to us by plane from Nadi – a short 55 minute flight over mountains, reefs and sea. From landing at the Savusavu airstrip and collecting your baggage from the trolley, we’re 10 minutes drive away.
Our accommodation is in beautiful tropical gardens overlooking Savusavu Bay, which is straight over the road in front of us. Behind us, the property stretches up the mountain – you’re welcome to walk there.
Turn right out of our drive and Savusavu, our local town, is 1.5 km down the road – about a 25 minute walk or a 5 minute (and F$4) cab ride.
Turn left and the Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort, famous for its diving, is 5 km up the road. Drive out past Savusavu airstrip and you’ll come to Tony Robbins resort, Namale, where his world renowned Life Mastery courses take place. So we’re in good company!
And we’re surrounded by a wealth of beauty: lush green forests, coral reefs, warm seas – plus the endless warmth of Fijian hospitality.